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Submitted by: Jason L.       Ticketed: Comments: 26 (Read/Post)
Body kit, wing, bling-bling rims, overall it's pretty dull until you get to the "Life is hard. Pray Harder." sticker on the back. Needless to say, this guy has a LOT of praying to do.

Make/Model: Chevrolet Corsica   Posted by: Trooper


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#1 5-16-2002 @ 03:10:37 PM
Posted By: DiRF Reply | Edit | Del
Well, this car's been on Rice or Not for a long time now...and it's still as pathetic and hilarious as ever...

#2 5-16-2002 @ 07:27:19 PM
Posted By: Skid Reply | Edit | Del
Pray harder....lol

#3 5-16-2002 @ 09:03:14 PM
Posted By: Trooper Reply | Edit | Del
Yea, I'm a little behind on stuff I need to post on the site :)

#4 5-16-2002 @ 10:17:25 PM
Posted By: I_Love_Ricers Reply | Edit | Del
pray for a new car

#5 6-04-2002 @ 11:20:01 PM
Posted By: Sweet Chariot Reply | Edit | Del
A riced out Corsica is like a Pinto with a 351 Cleveland, it's pointless and ugly

#6 6-05-2002 @ 05:28:57 AM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
But a 351 Cleveland Pinto is at least fast, plus it has the freak value going for it...

#7 6-05-2002 @ 01:08:51 PM
Posted By: SuperDave479 Reply | Edit | Del
My first car was a Corsica. I did absolutely nothing to it. The modding didn't start until I got a Camaro. I didn't see the point.

#8 6-05-2002 @ 04:21:26 PM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
Yeah, modding economy cars doesn't do anything for me unless they've reached the point where they're so universally maligned, detested and hated as to become a complete joke. Like Edsels, Gremlins, Pintos, Pintostangs, and Nash Metropolitans. Those work as freak-value hot rods.

#9 6-05-2002 @ 06:42:02 PM
Posted By: SuperDave479 Reply | Edit | Del
Pintostangs, LOL.

#10 6-05-2002 @ 07:39:15 PM
Posted By: DiRF Reply | Edit | Del
Mad Max, you forgot Pacers, Chevettes, and Vegas (would NEED an engine swap anyway, so why not put a really nice crate V8 in it...).

#11 6-06-2002 @ 01:50:58 AM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
And K-cars, and Festivas, and Yugos... I didn't intend to write the definitive list, just give examples.

#12 6-06-2002 @ 04:55:19 AM
Posted By: DOMEZTIK Reply | Edit | Del
haha my girlfriend has a Festiva. that thing sucks!

#13 6-06-2002 @ 12:47:05 PM
Posted By: Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Ah yes, the Festiva, the only car in the world that can use a roller skate wheel as a spare if nessicarry

#14 6-06-2002 @ 06:34:17 PM
Posted By: Lebo Reply | Edit | Del
I remember I dropped in a new long block and tranny into my neighbors Festiva by myself in less than 8 hours...funny little cars...

#15 6-06-2002 @ 09:28:51 PM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
I remember an issue of Motor Trend with a hotrodded (~300hp, I think--it was about 10 years ago!) Festiva. I'm pretty sure it was a RWD conversion--otherwise, it would've been totally undriveable. Funny little car, indeed.

#16 6-06-2002 @ 10:59:26 PM
Posted By: DiRF Reply | Edit | Del
It was probably Jay Leno's SHOgun Festiva. I posted it somewhere on Rice or Not. It's a Festiva with a Taurus SHO V6 mounted behind the seats, and has Nitrous to boot.

#17 6-07-2002 @ 01:46:50 AM
Posted By: Lebo Reply | Edit | Del
interesting fact: there were 7 SHOgun festivas built, at a price of $47,000 each (price of new festiva and new SHO needed for conversion). Leno owns #3.

#18 6-07-2002 @ 07:54:48 AM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Yep. SHOgun Festiva. That's exactly what I was thinking of, but it was so long ago that I couldn't remember the name. I'd be worried about putting that much power in a car that was practically wider than it was long...

#19 6-09-2002 @ 05:27:34 PM
Posted By: Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I'd venture to say that there's really nothing wrong with modifying a Corsica....if you have a car, and want to make it faster and better looking, that's fine. Hell, modify a Tempo or a Corolla. They need all the improvement they can get.

I think we are all getting disallusioned with custom cars. We have to remember that modifying a car like a Corsica doesn't automatically get you a piece of shit like this one.

And that damn sticker on it....Christians and ricers.....*shudder*

#20 6-09-2002 @ 07:46:43 PM
Posted By: RaggTopp Reply | Edit | Del
Regarding the SHOGun. I've had plans in the works for the past year now to build the SHOGun Mark 2. I couldn't really think of a better name for a SHOgun built on the Aspire platform. From the research I've done so far, it looks pretty promising, although the final design is going to look a lot different than the original SHOguns did. I've got a spare engine, subframe, all the front end hardware, etc. So bascialy I need a Aspire I can use the corpse of. I could care less how it's going to end up looking, the simple fact of stuff a 220hp 200ft/lb high reving engine into the back of a small vehicle like an Aspire will be good enough. It will finaly be something that no longer Aspires to be a car.

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